The first five years of a child’s life are crucial in helping shape a healthy and happy future. Parents, Grandparents and Early Educators want to the best for their children and those in their care. Language development is often a joy and an anxiety, especially for women who carry the load of early childhood care. Families experiencing adversity often have fewer resources including time, books, access to play groups and early childhood education.
To learn more and share experiences please join Her Place and Thrive by Five for a special virtual roundtable to hear from leaders in their field in children’s language development
As well as having the opportunity to share your experiences and feedback, you’ll hear from:
Hosted by Mary Delahunty, former Vic. Education Minister now Chair Her Place Women’s Museum Australia
This roundtable will be conducted online, via Zoom and will go for an hour. We really hope you can join us as we identify issues of common concern and unite to give voice to the needs of children.